October 30, 2014
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We are bombarded with protein powders, glutamine, and a host of supplements. How dangerous are these and how much of them should be consumed for the average person?

Bruce Krahn's Response

I believe that your nutrients should come primarily from food. That being said, there are some supplement I do recommend: 1. omega-3 fish oils; 2. green drinks (like greens+™); and 3. whey protein isolates. These are all safe to consume. Avoid artificial sweeteners, stimulants, and supplements that make ridiculous claims.

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